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I was hoping to read a excellent review on the weed eater head. I have a excellent 2 stroke gas one but it's a pita to start and my trimming is small and spread out everywhere over a couple acres and I hate hearing the idling two dinging along doing nothing between cuts.
The Milwaukee weed eater has been the least used item I bought. Only because we have an echo gas trimmer that kicks butt. I put a special head on it so we don't have to feed the line. 4 prongs of line and it cuts better than the two line Milwaukee.
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Weed eater has been used a few times. It works great. I have to get used to it being so quiet. Don’t need ear plugs.
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